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Published On: August 4th, 2022

Knapp Goes Six Scoreless

The Kenosha Kingfish fell short 6-8 to the Wausau Woodchucks to split the away series on Wednesday. 

With the loss, Kenosha has dropped two in a row. Meanwhile, Kalamazoo just snapped their five-game losing streak.

Anthony Stephan got the scoring going for the Growlers in the third frame when he belted a triple that scored Vince Bianchina. 

Kalamazoo doubled their early lead in the fourth frame on a Myles Beale groundout that scored Banks Tolley. 

The Growlers once again doubled their lead, as they extended it to 4-0 in the fifth inning. Bianchina scored on a wild pitch, and Alex Calarco plated Ryan Dykstra on a sacrifice fly to center field. 

Kalamazoo tacked on three more insurance runs in the seventh to make the game 7-0. Dykstra scored on a passed ball before, and Tolley hit Stephan home on a single. Myles Beale then singled Calarco home. 

The Growlers put up another run in the eighth frame to make it an 8-0 ball game with Bianchina scoring on a fielder’s choice off the bat of Stephan. 

Stephan then walked Beale in in the ninth frame to extend the Kalamazoo lead to 9-0. Beale then scored after Stephan was walked with the bases loaded.

Stephan led the charge for the Growlers after going 2-for-4 with a triple, a run scored and three RBIs on the day.

Zack Carinci had the best day at the plate of any Kingfish player, as he went 2-for-4. 

Tanner Knapp (4-1) got the win after pitching six innings of shutout baseball with five strikeouts.

Bryant Bagshaw (0-2) took the loss after allowing four runs on four hits with five strikeouts in five and two thirds of an inning.

The Kingfish (12-15) sit in fourth place in the Great Lakes East, and the Growlers (9-17) sit in fifth place.

Kenosha and Kalamazoo will go at it again on Aug. 5 with the first pitch being at 6:05 p.m. 


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